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THE INDEPENDENT: OSKALOOSA, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 30. 1865. K 5 ar m U) te gudcpenflrnt OSKALOOSA. KANSAS J. W. ROBERTS. Editor. Stmrdiy, December 30, 18K5. PaMiiWg ConTtk. It has beon proposed to bold a con Yentioa of tbe mtmber of tbe press of Kansas.nt Topeka. on tbe 17th of Jann iry the anniversary of Franklin's birth day. We bare said nothing on tho sub ject hitherto; for every time it bas come into nsind, memory reverts back to other days, when at sach gatherings of the fraternity Bacchus presided, to tho great disgrace of all concerned. We remem ber the 'grand affair' at Cincinnati in 185-, when the editorial talent of Ohio was oat in force a grand levee at tbe Baraet Hoase in the afternoon, when Madam -, the distinguished vocalist sang so finely for as; and the splendid re-anton at tbe Spencer House in tbe evening. There was of the Commer cial so drank he could not stand; of tbe Entrairer so crazy with liq uor that be played smash with things; of the Gazette with so much l'quor aboard as to make him a fool; of tbe Unionist so beastly intoxicated he could only grunt like a hog.and was at length carried out; so exhilerated he yelled like an Indian; and a number of others under the same influence. It was emphatical ly a "big drank" and a bigger disgrace, and for broken glasses, table-fixtures, chandeliers and the general smash of things, the parties implicated had a nice little bill of about five hundred dollars to foot the next day ! Now. if it is proposed to hold Otat kind of a publishers convention in To paka, we are not in. Bat if the mem bers of the press can meet together and cultivate personal friendship like sensi ble men, it will be a good thing. More than a free interchange of opinions, and tbe cultivation of friendship and anity of feeling, cannot be expeSted. No general rales can be adopted as regards business, rales of charges for advertis ing etc., as each publisher, in this re spect, mast be "lord of his own domain." We have seen sach efforts to harmonize a a lusimsts basis tried, but sdwaja with failure, We shall probably attend tbe conven tion on tbe 17th, and hope to meet the editors of Kansas there, to exchange social greetings; and we trart to part from aone of them, shoald we meet, who are the worse for devotions paid at tbe shrine of Bacchus. A Prediction. Discassiag the probable fature of the United 8lates some weeks since, tbe N x. rriouae indulged in tbe following guesses: "We believe tbe censas of 1900 will rank tbe chief cities of the United States as follows : 1, New York; 2, Philadelphia; 3, St. Louis; 4, Chicago; 5, Cincinnati; 6, cwn Francisco; 7, Bal-tia-jre; 8, Boston; 9, Pittsburg; 10, Biclimoad. We are ao "prophet nor the son of a prophet," yet our belief is worth just as mach as the Tribune's; and we give it as oar faith that New Orleans will figure among the cities of note, although it is ignored or forgotten by the New York sage. The vision of the seer with the "gray coat, white hat and slouch boots" is limited to the eastern half of the continent, except one squint at the Pacifis coast. He had better button ap his ancient coat, pull down bis old hat, black up his rasty boots, sad come out to the center of tbe Union. We intend to pat Leavenworth ahead of that hot-hole of treason, Richmond, ia 1900, We design to give Pittsburg a bard race, and snake staid old Boston and rowdy Baltimore pick ap tbeir ears and look to their laurels. Thiny-foar years ! The world will beastooished at the growth and devel .optaenl of these vast central plains in tliat time. Kansas itself will then be aa tmpire ia popakUioa and resources. Thirty-fear, years ago Chicago was a village aadIHiaoisan infant; and Leav WwWlh' awl Kbbsm will spring into slSmt'nroitfiM- "P'dlj than j'mrterttaa sisters bar den. .! t-r.-.-rju. Tkirty'ptr years ! Why, air, the great valley f ilw Mistwaippi sad Miesetfri aid their tribataries will then have two- ILirds of the population of tbe entire country. ' We, tee by the papers that tbe price c( turkeys ia Leavenworth for tbe holidays ranges bom 92 to $3 each! At' these rates the poorer classes will have to depend apoa seme less expens ive meat-for their tables.? Those are pretty eteep f garee for 'backweods' rdtoge! Ceegreee bas a reeeee drif .the kol fJeye for b frolic, Gtmeral Grants Report. We have read this documentwe mean the one in reference to the South Mid find it a taaie affair. Ha left Washington for the trip on the 27th of November, and was gone some ten days or two weeks. In that time be made bis 'tour of observation,' and read the secrets of tbe great southern heart! If the thing had not assumed something r of a serious shape, we should be tempt ed to laugh at the folly of the thing! Manifestly it is absurd to think the Gen eral could learn much, in so short a time. and certainly nothing that ought to be considered of sufficient weight to base legislation or the policy of an adminis tration upon; and we trust our Solons at Washington will act with more cir cumspection and wisdom than to take their cue from tuch data to form taws and reconstruct the broken parts of tbe machinery of the government. Grant is great in his proper sphere, out of it he is ordinary. Possibly the whole secret of this movement amounts to about this: The President finding a strong current run ning against his re-construction policy, probably wished to have some 'aid and comLrl,' and knowing Grant's popular ity, procured him to go south, observe what he could, and report as favorably as circumstances would permit. The general is conservative and rather leans to the South always has sees things in a favorable light, and so reports. That is all there is of it. This, we think, is not exactly the way for Mr. Johnson to 'make treason odious,' or to 'hang traitors,' especially as these same 'good faith' Unionists of the south, take especial pains to elect rebels to office whenever they have op portunity, and thus show their love for the Union by honoring with power its most bitter and prominent enemiesl The slew Motive Power. Mr. . Danford, of Gencvr, HI., has invented a new method of generating and applying steam.wbich differs essen tially from the old style. The leading idea of the new invention is the gener ation of Meant in a vessel outside of the boiler or receiver the first of these vessels he calls a "generator," and tho other a "receiver so that tbe water and steam are nerer together. A gal lon of water in the generator will mako more power than barrels in a boiler. The steam is conducted from the gen erator to the receiver.and thence to tbe cylinder. The engine pumps the water, forces tbe steam into tbe receiver and takes it therefrom all at the same time; and Mr. Danford defies any engineer, to burst the boiler or receiver. The greater the heat, the more rapid the machinery is worked; but the pressure upon tbe square inch is not increased as in the old or present style of generating steam If this proves of one-half the value claimed for it, there is no doubt bat it will make a revolution in tbe whole process of the application of steam pow er,and be of vast advantage to all classes of business where steam is the motive power, as it will be much cheaper, safer, and more efficient than tbe boiler power now in use. A New Paper. On Saturday the6th of January, 1866, Messrs. Ticknor is Fields, Boston, will commence the publication of a Weekly paper, entitled "J2.vcar Satukdat, a Journal of Choke Reading" selected from foreign current literature, in which tbe cream of the best foreign periodic als will be reproduced for American readers. The plan embraces; "Inci dents of Travel and Adrenture; Essays Critical and Descriptive; Serial Tales, Short Stories, Poems, Biography, Lit erary Intelligence frc, with jadicious selections from pprs on Science, Dis coveries etc. It will be the aim of the publishers to make this the best paper of its class ever published; and aa the enterprising proprietors make every thing go they take hold of, there can be little doabt that "Every Saturday," will, in its field, be like tbe 'Atlantic and 'Our Young Folks' in theirs, unrival ed, "Every Saturday" will contain each week 32 large octavo pages, handsomely printed in doable columns, with an en graved title. Tuns: Single number 10 cents; 95 per year. Monthly parts 128 pages handsomely bound 60' cents, or 95 a year. Subscribers to tbe 'Atkaiie' or Our Yoang Folks' can have Every Sat arday at 94 a veer. Address Ticknor & Fields, Boston, Mass. !!! The funeral of Hob. Thos.' Corwin took place on last Tuesday, at hie old home in Lebanon, Ohio. . One of the great men of the nation has fallen. He waa a little past 71 years of age, and since bis return from Mexico, saw bis youngest daughter married. One by one, tbe statesmen of the past depart. and .tbeir voices are beard ao more. Bat beinsr "dead tber vet speak," and their memory lives. More heary fires deriBg the weak, The Newt. Secretary Seward has declared offi cially that the amendment to the con stitution on the subject of slavery has been adopted by the requisite number of States and is now a part of the con stitution of the United States. Mr. Clarke, our representative in Congress, bas introduced a bill into tbe House with leference to the Pacific rail road. We have not seen the bill and do not know what its provisions are. Two negroes were recently arrested and tried for murder in St. Joseph, Mo. One of them confessed to the killing of a Mr. Lahr for his money his compan ion did most of the bloody work, and told him he had killed another man by the nsme of Kuliu before. The citizens were about to lynch the murderers, but the constanstable dtew his revolver.and resolutely conveyed them back to jail. An English paper reports as a rumor, that Maximilian is about to return to Eu rope that he was expected there by new-years. It is said our minister to Mexico is accredited to the Juarez government; wherever found, and that this action of our government gives offense to the French legation at Washington. The election of Chaffee and Evans as U. S. Senators fiom Colorado, is clai med as a vindication of Chiyington's 'Sand Creek' massacre. The southern people have been great ly alarmed about negro insurretions for several weeks past. There appear to be no grounds for fear, and it is proba bly the result of a guilty consience re' calling harsh and cruel acts to the ne groes while in slavery. The President's message on southern affairs is not much of a document, after all. It bas no special marks of ability, and is only distingushed for great faith in recent rebels on tbe smallest founda tion. He may be right in this belief, but the logic of facts look tbe other way very decidedly. m a i 2T The legislature of this State meets on Tuesday week, tbe 9th of Jan uary. It is said to be composed of bet ter material than any similar body which has assembled to make laws for this com monwealth for years. We hope this is true; but 'by their fruits we shall know them.' If instead of 'grapes they bring forth thorns, and instead of figs thistles, they will need reprobation instead of praisfjThere isnot a little work of real importance to be does, aad it aho'd be performed in the broad spirit of wise legislation.free from petty jealousies and local prejudice. We trust the legisla ture will make a good record good for themselves and the. Slate at large. w &vtt&mtute. CARSON &BRO. WOULD call tbe attention of the public gen erally to the tact that tbey have opened a STORE IN GLENWOOD on the Union Pacific Railway, whore they are keeping, and will conlinuo to keep, a large stock niiiniiniir AVtWJA'JII CLOHHING Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, GROCERIES. Hardware, DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES &c. Etc. ALL OF WHICH WB WILL SILL AS Cheap as Any Other Man. 278tf CARSON & BRO. CARSON & BRO., forwarding & Commission Mer chants, GLENWOOD, On tho Union Pacific Railway. o All business entrusted to aa promptly attesd ed lo. We keep conitsntly on band for sal. by The Sack or Barrel. Coffee, Su gar, Flour, Salt, etc. 27Kf' ' CARSON at BRO. Laud Orrtox, Union Pacific R. R. Co.', E. D. Lawxuck, Kaxsas, December 1 1th, 1865. NOTICE Tw Purchasers f Delaware Laics OF THE Zeavenuorth, Pawnee Western Rail way Co., or tlte Union Pacific Railwaf TOE purchasers of said Land and their assigns holding Title Bonds of the Company, num bered from one to one hundred and forty-two in clurive, are hereby notified to make payment of the accrued laterrsts-due upon tbeir note to the Cospaay, at its Land Office in Lawrence, with in Sixty Days from this date : aud that in de fault tte-eof, the Company will declare the con tract Ol sale 10 saw oeiauiung purcoiwn, mini ed, and proneed to sell the land to .other panics, E- M. BARTHOLOW. 277-tf Land Commisaionw U.P.R, E. D. or iiw fiSMasia. ' -SBS -l SATA CLAUS IS COMING ! HOLIDAY GIFTS For Everybody! I oirr books, picture books. BOOKS FOR LADIES A GENTLEMEN, BOOKS FOR GIRLS k BOTS, BOOKS FOR ALL AGES! ANECDOTES for the Fireside, ANECDOTES For Ladies, ANECDOTES for Young Men, ANECDOTES of tbe Ministry, SILVER CASKET. Six-Scww-to-Hoaor, YOUNG MAN'S COUNSELOR, do LADIES do charming books, MOTHER'S GIFT, BOY A GIRLS Bird Book, Hymn Books, morroceo, gilt, And a variety of other charming books for tbe HOLIDAYS DAYS. Parent get yoar children good books for holiday presents Call at COY BROS.. North side of Square. Oskaloosa, Kan. Drc 18th, 1885. HENRY KEELER, Attorney at Law, Office with the Clerk of the District Court O. U. XOKSX. CAST. J. B. Jom'SO.f. MORSE & JOHNSOH, Atteneys & Cusellrs at Law, RE 1 L ESTATE.BeUNTY k PEMSIflS ACTS OSXAAOOSIA, SHU. Will practice in Jefferson and adjoining coun ties, also in ihe Suprt me Co-irt Special atten tion givrn to the collection f r o'diw claims against the Government, by J. U. Johnon, late of Slirrman a Army, whose long experisnee as an officer affords him the best facilities for prompt collections. 2663ra VALUABLE LAADS FOR SALE! WE OFFER FOR SALE the following de scribed LANDS, situated in JefTcrton Co., Xanas. For particulars inquire of E. B. Aux.X or W. D. Kkllt, at C. R. Mobxread A Co. No. 35 Lerce, Leavenworth City, Kansas, a b Quarter 31 g 17 SW 21 9 It 8W SWfr" 8 E NW 8 E " S E SW 8 E -NWfr" X E " 8W NWfr" SE NW 8 E " E " SW NWfr N E 8 E - 17 10 17 30 9 17 15 10 17 27 9 17 0 9 19 33 8 13 23 10 17 7 9 20 7 9 20 18 9 20 20 9 20 9 19 30 9 9 19 25 9 19 9 19 9 19 12 2 19 9 19 25 9 19 7 9 19 9 19 9 19 8 17 7 19 24 23 24 2S a- 1 35 N W . M W -JOB 9 19 8 17 North II of XE - TROWBRIDGE & ROBINSON, 73 Delaware Street, LEAVENW0RTHJCANSAS. Many of our patrons at a distance find itdifl cult to go to Leavenworth ; hence we have co i cl tided to vim sKALOOSA As often as buiintra rosy require. We Guarantee all Dentistry dooo by us to bs PaaauxaxT and Satisfactobt. DCr'Cliarges Reasonable. si tf Wastage Cfcmiig Made Easy! DOITS CLOTHES WASHER AICD Churn Power. Warranted to clean even the dixtijst sbibts authout aonsixo! FIRST PRIzTsiIVER MEDAL Just awsrded thia Washwby the Great Amcrie. an Mechanics Institute Fair, held in New York City, from Sept 12th to Oct. 18th, 18C5. THE WOMEN LIKE IT ! ! Read tij Preef ! Reid the Prcaf ! It really merit; all the good that can be said of it.'--Moore'a Rural New Yorker. It u worth ono dollar per week in any family. After a year's use, 'our machine' is thought more ol today than aver before.' Sotox Rouixsox Agricultural Editor of N. Y. T.ibune? fl,''ox' Dotv's Clothes Washer !,.. i.l. nn.1,1. C i - . ;r""..,, "': ougniy for nearly a ysai past. Our 'better half who has been complimented with the gift of says this ia taken to mon kindly by tbe 'help and that she eannot persuade them to dm ... Kurew mure oi ainrrrni mtrhn. r- ..: other. while this at hend.'-OaAxox Joda Z --"- OKIIWHIIUIU ipnetor American Agrli 'Among a SCora of Washinrr MuMu i-:j aside siter the first, or at most the second trial. Doty'sWasa r is the only one that stands t'i. test. My wifti tWki!l with it XflZ months' trial.'--a D. IUbjus, Ed. Ohio Fanner EVERY FlllLI MIDLI IAFE , r .And none need be without. If no Agent in Tour vicinity, send us tbe price, as follows : Familv j'J TTii' ,"uw J'r? .. Family siae and No. 2 Universal Wringer with Cog Wheels m. We will dclirer whfehrrer yoVoVdeMrS .' ""HVl "rc''i yoor nearest railroad sta tion.. If, alter four weeks trial aesordie to di rections, y are disaatiafied, deliver the machine back tons aad we will Rkfuxb the Pareitaas Pnoo K "r,Uc,or 'n086 baveas ed Doty-s Clothes Washer any length of time, that, even in medium sized families, it will vc the pnee of itself in loss than six month, and will last many years. Now can you not better afford to bay a ma chine than to buy extra j-lotbea that will amount job make a better-paying investment I The Best is the Cheapest. The UNIVERSAL (cog wheel) WRIXGER for le. Wabbaxted fob oxx yxab. Our Agenis are Doinf Oood and Male ing Monet, aad we waat a Good One la xvxxt tows. For further particulars address DOTY UROTHERS, J iMavilta. Wirr.mtm NOTX.-Personaeastof Illinois, aoath of li'is- aouri, and west of the Boeky Mountain. 1 278:3m Cch'1 AgVHT KwIyfY. in hdhio year 10 saora tnan deume tbe price of the machine, and to get six, eight, yea, ten times its price during the time it will lastf Haw can PRICE LIST NEW GOODS, Jist Receirei fry Coy Brtthers: Superfine Flour per Sick of 190 lbs. $7,W Three X do do do 8,60 Brown Sugar 434Obs for lifl White Crushed Sugar 31 lbs for 1.M Soda per poand 1 Dried Apples -8 lbs I1O6 " Peaeoes per p and 35 M Corraato (fresh) Prases 88 Canned Fruits of all kinds per can 55 Coffee pef f, 40 cts. Green Teas from f2to20 Coal Oil per gal. .. 1,25 Small Army Beans per bashel 4.00 White Fih per 14 ct. Mackerel per 15c Other things hi the same Redaeed Ratio, Call m. . 239tf. COY BROTHERS. JOIN W. DAT, ATTO RN E Y-AT-LA W, s OOO- Will practice in the District Coartof Jefler ron and adjoining Counties and in the Supreme Court; xaxx collsxtioxs; pat taxxs for !foa ataiOKXTs; and take acknowledgements of Deeds and other instruments of writing. 273. WM. HALL & SOW, 5481 "" 1543 NEW YORK, Agents for the Celebrated Drigg' New Pateit Pii-w Fortes, Which ore creatine the gi eatest sensation in the musical world, and have received the highest testimonials from all the leading artisU in the country, among whom are S. Thalbdw, F. H. Baowx, L. M. Gottschaijc, Theo. Eisner. Wm. II. Far, Max Maeetmjc, M. Straceosch, Wat. Masox. Herman A. Wollx-xhacpt. At the late fai of the Ambrioak Ixstitote. held in N.Y.City, Oct.,y65,they were awarded the First Premium Gold Medal! for the Best Piano-Forte on Exhibition ! Agents for Geo. A. Prince & Co.s Mtlodeons, Automatic School Organ. ALL INSTRUMENTS WASXAXTED FOX 5 TEARS. Manufacturers and Importersjol Flutes, Banjos, Violins, Guitars, Violin Strings, Accordeons, and all kinds of BRASS and other .TIUSICAL IfisTKUMEKTS. Special attention paid to furnishing Brass Instruments for Bands. PUBLISHERS OF SHUT MUSIC. Just published, 'The Vxsite,' a new collection of Chants for the Episcopal service, for opening and closing Vbluniaries.kuui al Societies. Class es, and for the Social Circle, by TiaoiL CTat lor. Price Hoards, 85 cents. Cloth, 91. Bassini's 20 Melodic Exercises, In form of Solfrgio'a ft r Soprano and Met so So prano Voices, intinded aa studies 'o acquire tbe proper art of singing, by Carlo Ilaraini, author. UaDsini's art of tfngiis, and Baritone. In two books, Price of each, 2,50. Piano-Forte Calisthenics, a collection of Five Finger, Chord, and Scale pasfaei, for speedily developing the maaclesof the fingers, and acquiring that oVgrte ul iirxibil ty, iiidepcnifcnce mid volubility, which are so in dispensable to a good pert rmance on tbe Piano Forte, by rrancis II. Brown. Price, 13,50. New Edition, "Pupil's First Primet.' by V. II. !- --.!.-.. -riri,tn Uimi.h.fc. nil' -"'- tion Polka, AtcTPrice, 50 cents. 'Cast Tut Bckdui ox the Loxd ' with Sopra no, Contralto or Tenor Solos, and Quartette, ad aptcd from Gottschslk, Slumber Soug. by W. K. flastfbrd. Price 35 cents. 'A Holt Calm, a Pkacc Ditise,' companion to 'Sweet Spirit, bear my Prayer,' by W. Vin cent Wallace. Price, 35 cents. 1.0X0, mt God, I Loxo to Kxow,' 151st Hymn, as sung at Grace church, composed by liratae n aisii. nice jo cents. Mv Bun ix Ueatex,' words by Spencer W. Cone, Music by Stephen MassetL Price 35 ct. 'MtOelt lloTHa'sUoE,'Song andCho ni5. by M. Keller. Prico35. The Past that BaxATBxa of Taxx,' Ballad, by M.Keller. Price 35. tin : v xitx nx a cojiii mw x r hbiu, sxng and Chorus, aa sung by Wood's Minstrels, com posed by C. Henry. Price 35. A Woxo of Tuine,' billad, E. J. Fitzhugh. 30 'Give to jik those Mcosi.it IIouxs,' Duett, 'or 'wo Sopranos, or Soprano and Tenor, b) K. A. r-rkhunt. Pr.cc 35. 'Vurxa Stak,' Duett, for two Sopranos, or Tenors by J. Daniel. Price 40. 'MUKMIUE la KurSEilV lanUic, by J. Uo illing. l"ri.o5( 'Pxateb at j-'ea Rt rmncn in form (r Noc turne, by J. de J spnski. PueeSO. 'AtteD8 Moi,' tWait for me.) Gallop, by C. Frailcl. uciCO 'ScMMni,'(rolowmr.)gallnp.A.rarn t i .50 Water Fall,' ahd 't xa Baxxzs,' UalIops,by Paul Stcinhagen. Price ol each 50. 'Mobiiro Dew,' Lancers, A. lienutein. 50. Wedding Lasclxs,' by P. Ste'mbagen. 40. 'Harrr sx Tbt Uxeams,' translated for the piano-forte, by Ch rles Frsdel. Price 40. 'Sweet SrixtT, Hkax Mt Pratex. from Wal lace's Opera Lurline, transcribed tor the piano, forte by C.Fradel. Price 40. Cxisrxxo x la Comxxx,' Ricci's new Opera, arrangrd by C. Fradel. Pries SO. 'Fed des Etoilis,' starliicbt nocturne by J.de Jasienski. Price 50. 'Axoel of Dbkam.' ballal. M. Keller. 35. LovE'a Lamextatk x,' ' E. G. B. Holder. 35 'TxiUHNiAL Maech,' by R. Hoffman. 35. ' Aloeriax Polka,' tin. E. A. ParKhurst. 35 'Evexixo Shadowb,' nocturne, Fitzbugh. 35 'Pat Loxuinu fox Thxe,' Guards waits, as su'ig by M'dlle Parcpn. Price 35. A LIBEHAIj BlSCeVNT Btxi-n tn lh irade, Uhu'chea, Clergymen, froteasors and Schools. Music sent bv mail. iostnaid. on rc ceipt of the marked price. WILIilAM IiAI.L&SUN, 278. 543 Broadway, New York. THOS. P. rENLtllV, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Wilt practice ia the Courts of Jefferson County. NOTICE IS hereby given to all whom it may concern, not to trust mv wife. Medina Clark, aa I will pay no debt ot her contrasting, ah having left my bed aad board without provocation. J77-4W , .SAMUEL CLARK. WILLIAM GOaDO.-f. ', MBN w.BOSBO. WH. GORDON A BRO.. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions. No. 38 Shawnee, Street, X.HeCTXXWOTH, KAVSAS XT Cash PakHbTall kinds of Country Produce, &!& ty Independent, EOBERT J. BROWN, Dnggist aiw J-Mtbecnj, Corner of Shawnee A Fifth Streets, LEAVE1WSKTII, KANSAS. Dealer in ' NEDICINES, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, TTilsBV mmmUs WJaU3it AXB IS now reeeiviog a large aad selected stock ot tbe above articles, aad will sell them aa low as can be purchased in tae West, All the popular Patent MedkiBea of the day rnnatanll on. hand. He is Sole Ageat for the Siaie of Kansas for Fill era'i Iiiiiiiei Cti Lirer 4il, The very best article yet introduced for di vera eo jgfas would do well to give it a trials Circulars ofit will he mailed to those who de 1 of the Loam. Taose irouoiea wiin sire it. KINSEY'S MAGIC TONIC for Asa meeting with deserved success. The public are invited to examine my stock of Medicines- Orders for anything in the tiade will meet with prompt attention. 273 " ROBERT J. BROWN. WISE HOUSE, P. WISE, FrifrUlir. HPniS well-known notel bas recently been L newly fitted up and re-furnished for tbe ac commodation of guests and tbe trave'iag public- NO PAINS WILL BE SPARFD to render tbeir stay pleasant aad agreeable. Confident of U-ing able to ifc SatisfactltB' to all, I only ak a trial. N. B A large and commodious stable la con nected witn this House, Final Settlement. TVTOTICE is berebv aiven to all creditors and X others interested in the esute of Isaac Parnell decease-t, that we iniend to makefina settlement of sai 1 estate at the next r gular term of tbe Probate Court sitting within and for Jtf ferson County, Kansas, U be begun and botden in Oskaloosa, on Monday the 1st dav of January A 1 lfillA L'lQIllTDtllllb'tl JOHN H. PARNELL, 277-4 w 3 Administra'or.' The Place to Buy &mm D. A. MILLINGTON & Cij. (Successors toDAXiSLs.MuuxoTxx A Co..) No. 52 Delaware St., Leavenworth, ' WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy DRVGOOnS, Dress Goods, Gloves, Hosiery, Hoops, Balmorals CIOTHING & CLOTHS To Furnish a COMPLETE OUTFIT Of Both Under and Outward Wear. Bwts ami Skaes, late aid Caps! EVERY ARTICLE NEEDED FIR TIE CI1LIRBM 4NI IIUSUILI. A Fine Display of Common, Plain, and 2&3PU Capets OIL CLOTHS, RUGS, &c. ' 00 Table and Pocket Cutlery, YANKEE NOTIONS, &, ALL OF WHICH WILL .BEJ30LD AT Greatly Reduced Prices! We are Fully RrsolveA Not to be Undersold by Any Hoaae in the State, and purchasers may IU with Coatklance in the Assurance that they can Get Bargains OF US Regardless of the CasUf Gaads? We shall keep posted, and mark oar Goods Down withtbe Fall of Gold and Rax,. fW totha LOVyESJFIQU E8! e41.ftAM All. HEMEHBKR TBE PLACE! No. 52 Delaware Street, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. d.'a. millinqton tt c: Sept 15, lM. -3SB TIN WARE 9W A'laV WM COXSTAHTLT OK BSifB AND tt. SSL'aT River Vrices. ia axl its nARoaasosaaiiD ex ax PW COY MUTHER4V KtW '.' BOOT & SHOE StOlE! N. lirwinber k R. Ljm,' Maaufactoms sod Dealer la a &, BOOTS & SHOES, at Maeomhara eU i IN OSKALOOtArW, Have jnssive. the LARGEST AND BEST STOCK Of' mot mmt ever traaghttatWa tmra. We have ilnur oorstsek with graat cat, ,. ' ' " Ezprenly for this Mtrket, Our Eastern weri'm all the same as worklbf onr ewa firm does not expect to he -i 4- - Than' UJI1IR1I IT III Il in town or coantry. tCeme eae. reaaa all, and examine earstock 'before parchariag else where. Doat forget the plaee. East side of' Public Square, OasULCosa, Kaaua. IfORMATf MACOHBER. RUDOLPH LTMAIT. Oct li-6i-M8 6 W .A. Cot.! HxamT Cor. THE NEW F18M COY BROTHERS Beg leaveAasaytothedtaeaaof Oikatofs. k Ike PiMk CneraD jr That they intend to keep sach a stock of Geeee ana sen ai suen prices aa wui make tr tae ia terest of sf I to aVeJ with thrm. We shall cob-' tinue to add New Articles of Trade T our Stock frm time to time, to meet the WANTS OF OUR PATRONS. 00 We now have oa hand, aad shaH evastaatlr keep a complete stock of PATENT MEDICINES PAINTS, VAIJISHE& OILS, TDBFENTINF, GROCERIES, And all articles Txmd in a well regulated Draw ' or Grocery Store. r A WARE of ih, difficulty of procaring naa . dnltt rated DniiraDdconscioivof thegreat' inporbmce, loth t the physician who pffcrwea' ard the patient who receives them, of genuiae. ' undiluted Medicines. We shall give parrJcalar, personal attention and experience to the srlictiuB of cur stock, and can assure thepaMie that every article can be taken in perfect conSdeaw ' of the legitimate remedial eaect. We have all the PATENT HEDICI5ES r the day constantly on hand, all other Uedicinesia same proportion! Wewill soon be in receipt of the best stock ot ' PERFUMERY Ever brought to this market, having ordered di-" reel from the manufacturers in Ntw York. ALo, keep a large stock of BufTalo-horn, Rub;? ber. Ivory. Coassk sad Flax CO.MBS. A foil stork of Wines & Liquors FOR MEDICINAL PURT03ES. OUR GROCERIES Pepier. Spice. Gineer. Toiler r.t;u .j S?! lstvtua R.kk:,. O I- Soap Pow.ler, Lead, Shot, Gsn Caps, Caadla. Hatches, Shoe Blacking Bnishes, S& P$& Salt, Crackers. Cbemieal BIDn tj, VC' r .1 rV ".SrfiBesepper Saner; Cosl Oil, Axel Greeee, Flour, Garden wd FloaW seda Cigars, AsaprUd aadFaacy Candies. xVe will take In m!aiM. F.QG3. niDK-. BACON. for eoods. BDTTE1- 'GREEN RAPE'S ana wiu not Desirous of buildinv an n.... .j. we shall sell at -' - r- RIVER PRICES. The motto of "Live and Let v us i vat dealings. mv can and see us before parchiisiBr clsewhere, at or new stand oa the oath side of the Pablic sqasre, oae door west of O. B. Carsoa 4 Bro's store. 227-tf COY BROTHERS. E. J. HUMPHREYt. tilAtvassa . &. Aw wbolksalx ana aaraii, asaLaa G9 mQ Medicines, Chemicals, PAINTS, OILS, VABNISHES, DYE STUFFS CeiiiM Pateit Vedktafg, j ALL SIZES OF , Window Glass a. aw J Large Glass forPicUiro Frames eh. CONCENTRATED LYB, AXLE GREASE., e. ate. TsMa -' -.- am. iu ArraflCTMurM ov a. FIRST-CUSS DRUG ST0r! "t AT LOWiSR FICURE5 Thaa Elsewhere WMtofScLoisa. akb a rAta Taut war. rara ram aarews. sll. BousToaitjaTAaa. Noadvaneon ami nTv. .. . Medieii.es of the day-i wUESi aderra. CALL AND EXAMINE sfTSTOCr. . N. W. Coraerof Dakware 4 Thirtl S, LEAVENWQMHatAN. Consist in part of Sagar. Coflee.Ccifie Esseace.-. Imperial and Yoamr Hvrjn.TEAS. S and Cbewm? Tohafm. S m v9 1 ? I i 1 f . r ..&-.